Question about 2008 Buell Firebolt XB12R
How do you get to the rear spark plug. Bike has been foulin plugs and I'm trying to change out myself. Got front A OK, but do not see how to pull rear.
Yeah...you can take off the airbox cover without having to rip the whole plastic thing off of the seal(you'll see what I mean). This will give you enough room to see the top of the plug. At this point you'll need to take off the plastic thing which directs the air into the box (left side of the bike) so you can reach under the plug to put the new one in place and to take off the leads. I'm not in my garage but you'll need a 360 degree socket swivel and an extendor to change that out and get the right torque. You can pick up one of these extendor kits at most hardware stores.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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